HUNTSVILLE — Huntsville attorney Harold D. Mooty III has been appointed to the Alabama Access to Justice Commission by the Alabama Supreme Court, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings law firm announced. Mooty, a partner of the firm, will serve a two-year term.
The commission is a coordinator among the legally underserved, the legal community, social service providers, and the private and public sectors.
Mooty focuses his practice on resolving commercial litigation matters. He also has experience in insurance coverage actions and representing healthcare clients against allegations of medical malpractice and civil rights violations.
Mooty is a member of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association and the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program. He is a past president of Crisis Services of North Alabama, a nonprofit organization serving victims of domestic violence and their families.
He is involved in Bradley’s recruitment efforts and heads the Huntsville office’s annual summer clerkship program for law students.
Mooty has also been recognized in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America from 2021-23 in commercial and intellectual property litigation.